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. the president pro tempore: the senator from illinois. mr. durbin: mr. president, the state of nevada was admitted to the union in 1864. since 1864 there have been 25 senators in its 148-year history. today harry mason reid becomes the longest-serving member of congress in the history of the state of nevada. senator reid was elected to the u.s. house of representatives the same year that i was elected, in 1982, and became a member of the house in 1983. he became a member of the united states senate in 1987. he has served with great distinction in both houses of congress, serving his state of nevada. and today is the highest-ranking democrat in the united states senate serving as its majority leader. i would dare say, mr. president, that you and i will probably not really know anything about the town of searchlight, nevada, were it not for harry reid. harry reid has told us so many stories of his youth and his background in that tiny town and what brought him to this station in life today. i almost feel if there were a town or high school reunion i could attend it with harry and look a
for absolutist wayne lapierre to take. the chief lobbyist for the nra is going to make an announcement in nevada. that is coming up. >>> and why, why was joe biden running, literally running all over pennsylvania avenue yesterday? what does that mean? what is the running man up to? and what does it mean for hillary clinton? that is coming up next. it always begins with fresh, local milk, blended with real wholesome cream. going fresh from the farm, to our fridge, in just six days. because we believe in fresh taste. that's the way we set the standard for intensely rich, luscious flavor. so our story of fresh taste always ends... deliciously. when it comes to taste, philadelphia sets the standard. is a better car than camry. to argue would be rude. nissan altima. with moving-object detection. lease now. just $199 per month. visit choosenissan.com. road and track called sentra an economy car minus the look and feel of an economy car. wonder how civic and corolla look and feel about that. the all-new nissan sentra, with best-in-class mpg. lease for $169 per month. visit choosenissan.com. lease for $
for the nra is going to make an announcement in nevada. that is coming up. >>> and why, why was joe biden running, literally running all over pennsylvania avenue yesterday? what does that mean? what is the running man up to? and what does it mean for hillary clinton? that is coming up next. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come in. ♪ got the coffee. that was fast. we're outta here. ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ >>> i'm getting texts from the final inaugural ball. that is right, the final inaugural ball is actually still under way at this hour. the staff ball started at 6:00 this evening. it is the ball for all of the presidential staff. campaign staff, people who have been working on all the other inaugural festivities for the presiden
announcer ] just like you, business pro. just like you. go national. go like a pro. >> last night in nevada, the head of the nra used a quote from a former supreme court justice to support the claim that the second amendment guarantees an absolute right to have any kind of gun you want. the trouble is, the supreme court justice he quoted did not believe that. that is next in the rewrite. [ dog barks ] ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] something powerful is coming. ♪ see it on february 3rd. ♪ >>> last night at this hour, we went live to nevada to cover the washington lobbyists for mass murderers, wayne lapierre, delivering a similar rant against president obama's second inaugural address. >> >> i would like to talk to you about one line near the end of president obama, speech, where he said "we cannot mistake absolutism for principle." let me quote the president again. we cannot mistake absolutism for principle. >> well, okay. but when i heard the president say that, gun control did not come to mind. i thought he was talking about modern-day republicans, which is to say neanderthal republicans,
's coming, yet again, from republicans. a las va gas casino worker, nevada rock san ruben pled guilty to voter fraud twice. so why vote at two different polling stations? she was trying to prove how easy it is to commit voter fraud. i guess her arrest means things didn't work out so well. nevada secretary of state says if ms. rubin is trying to demonstrate how easy it is to commit voter fraud, she clearly failed and proved just the opposite. hey, republicans, what happens in ve gurks as doesn't stay in vegas. the right-wing voter fraud is a complete bust. it's not even a nice try. but we still got you. blank blaeng rjs what pa difference four years makes. barack obama and hillary clinton were bitter rivals in the 2008 campaign. who would have predicted they've become allies. but after appointing clinton's secretary of state, there was a surprising twist to this story. they genuinely seemed to like each other. the evolution from power rivals to power duo was on full display last night in a first-ever joint interview with 60 minutes. >> despite our hard-fought primary, we had such agree
was going to go out to nevada tomorrow and announce his. was that, was to undermine the president? >> no, it was to let the president know if you want to get a deal done, if you want to solve the problem, here is a blueprint. you've got eight-- >> couldn't you have waited until wednesday or made a phone call to him. >> i don't know why he's doing this. >> greta: i want to know why you guys did it the day before him. >> we were talking with the white house for a long time and said instead of going in two different directions let's try to come together. we've got to get the house on the board and get the president on board because you just can't pass a bill through the senate and make it law. >> greta: you don't think it's funny you guys came out a day before and took the wind out of his sail. >> i don't think it's funny at all. >> greta: not funny, but peculiar. >> the president wants to chart a different path and what i heard he's going to say, he's going to say there's he no need to link a pathway to citizenship to border security. excuse me, mr. president, the last time we provided a p
of a plan, knowing that the president was going to go up to nevada tomorrow and announce his? was that to undermine the president? >> no, it was to let the president know that if you want to get a deal done, if you want to solve the problem, here's the blueprint. you -- >> couldn't he have waited to until wednesday. >> i don't know why he's doing. >> this i want to know why you were doing this the day before him. >> we were talking with the white house a long time. we said, let's try to come together. we have to get the house on the board and we have to get the president on board because you can't pass a bill through the senate and make it law. >> you don't think it's funny that you came out a day before and took the wind out of his sails? >> it wasn't funny at all i. i mean peculiar. >> what's peculiar is that the president wants to go and basically chart a different path. and what i have heard about what he is going to say -- he's going to say there is no need to link a pathway to citizenship to border security. excuse me, mr. president. the last time we provided a pathway
debate as president obama puts forth his vision today in nevada. those reports after these messages. >> bill: impact segment tonight intently how long has he worked here, 20 minutes? >> hello. >> okay, colmes, any quibble with the interview. >> you asked good questions and he gave you good answers. >> bill: do you think he will become a democrat? >> no. >> bill: do you think he will leave the republican party. >> i think the republican party needs a bigger tent. he is an example of why it is necessary. >> bill: he seemed to me during that interview to be more democrat than republican. did he seem that way to you. >> he wasn't really making republican arguments about how the republican party can improve their position. vis-a-vis minorities. vits is a v black. he was making mostly democrat he doesn't want the voter i.d. which i think is ridiculous. he seems, colmes, to like the big spending entitlement culture that is rising in this country. he doesn't object to it. >> i think the key point here is that he talked about working for nixon and reagan. i don't know that those people could
state of nevada, not that nevada is firing on all cylinders, but that says a lot about the well-to-do, or those slightly better off than others that when their taxed to the hilt, they move to the hilt. >> they will move. neil: a global trend here. what are we to make of that? >> something to take into consideration. as we're about to head into basically four months of long fiscal debate here on capitol hill when it comes to the budget, when it comes to the sequester and continuing resolution. the president has made it clear that he want as balanced approach, and that he wants taxes to be on the table. neil: it's not a balanced approach. it's not balanced. >> it's not balance the at all, but we need to take this into consideration that we raised taxes once, everyone is seeing less money in the paycheck, and now we ask people to pay more money? stheez companies are going to look for other places to move to, and that's why we have seen a lot of companies move overseas, not just to move to other states, but move overseas because of the cost of doing business here, because of regulat
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of labor hilda solis. two of the outstanding members of the congressional delegation from nevada, steve horseburg and vina titus. your own mayor carolyn goodman! but we also have some mayors that flew in because they know how important the issue we're going to talk about today is, maria lopez rogers from avondale, arizona, quassim reed from atlanta, georgia, greg stem from phoenix, arizona, and ashley swearington from fresno, california. and all of you are here as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country and we are just so grateful, some outstanding business leaders are here as well. and, of course, we got wonderful students here. so i could not be prouder of our students. is now those of you that have a seat, feel free to take a seat. i don't mind. [ inaudible ] >> i love you back. last week, last week i had the honor of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. and during my inaugural address, i talked about how making progress on the defining challenges of our time doesn't require us to settle every debate or ignore every difference that we may h
. >>> presidente barack obama reconociÓ a un joven mexicano de nevada a quienes trajeron su pa deprez a este paÍs que ha logrado beneficiarse de la acciÓn diferida. >>> como decÍa el presidente fue un poco difÍcil porque uno ve a los amigos tomamos su licencia, yendo manejando, tomando carro teniendo buenos trabajos era una cosa que no podÍa hacer. >>> el mensaje de hoy del presidente barack obama y la iniciativa de ayer han disparado el optimismo. >>> si la comunidad se moviliza y participamos ordenada y cÍvicamente vamos a lograr la reforma migratoria. >>> otros consideran que se tiene que poner la acciÓn donde hoy se ponen las palabra. >>> sepan damos todas las deportaciones * para aseguraron que las persona se puedan beneficiar porque si no van a seguir las familias divididas. >>> estÁ es una gran preocupaciÓn que tienen algunos migrantes que sigan las deportaciones y no tengan la oportunidad de beneficiarse de algo que promete ser posiblemente algo bueno, por supuesto tambiÉn tienen preocupaciÓn por los costos dicen que cuanto va a costar legalizarse estÁ preocupaciÓn Última es
and north dakota. and now in nevada and even through the process our people are in the right places and they are doing things to become a delegate. it's way too soon for you for anybody. besides, just because somebody is in second or third place, there's a race going on. what if mitt romney isn't the best person? >> people have tried to portray you as a kind of ruthless money machine who some failed, some succeeded, you didn't care, you still got your fees or you made a ton of money but actually quite a few of the companies have failed. a lot of people have lost their money. to me the key question is, do you know instinctively from your recollection how many of those companies that you went into would have failed anyway if you hadn't? >> well, there's no question but a number of places where we went in and invested, we were investing in an enterprise that was in trouble, that where the future was very much in doubt for it and we invested in one business. i think it lost 50 or 60 or more million dollars the year before we invested and a lot of people didn't want to touch it and we we
it's his philosophy because he nevada told us what that was. >> i think he said some nice things at one point. >> when he spoke at the democratic national convention, former president bill clinton brought the house down. this was one of the great speeches, ever, i think. it made the case for reelecting president obama in a way the candidate himself never got able to do, even to the end. let's listen to big bill at his best. >> are we better off than we were when he talk office? then, listen to this. listen to this. everybody's forgotten. everybody's forgotten when president barack obama took office, the economy was in free fall, it had just shrunk nine full percent in gdp. we were losing 750,000 jobs a month. are we doing better than that today? the answer is yes. >> you know, i was thinking back to the fairy tale remark. the guy's showman ship with the gesticulation, the hands, the whole dinism the way he presents this case. >> earlier this year, i wrote oh, who needs conventions what are they for, anyway? they're for moments like that. i was on the floor at that moment. it was
and reno nevada, here is sal. >>> 880 north and southbound is moving along well, driving through no major problems here and no problems to oakland. also the san mateo bridge is off to a good start. let's go back to the desk. >>> topping the news an 8-year- old girl is the latest incident victim of the growing street violence. alex savage tells us the police chief will discuss the city's crime problems in a news conference and we will check in with all leg right now. alex? >> reporter: yes, the chief will be talking about several disturbing crimes here recently including the shooting that left an 8-year-old girl wounded and her family very scared. thankfully the girl will make a full recovery. she suffered a gunshot wound to the leg. the girl was playing outside a relative's house when the gunman opened fire. she was the only innocent victim and it happened right near 65th avenue. police at this point are not saying who the intended target was and they don't have a solid description on the shooters who drove away in the car. we were able to speak with the girl's grandmother who didn't wan
from nevada, steve and gina. [applause] your own mayor, carolyn goodman. [applause] we also have some mayors who flew in because they know how important issue we are to talk about today is. maria from arizona. qassim from atlanta, georgia. rick from phoenix, arizona. and ashley from fresno, calif. [applause] than all of you are here, as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country. we are so grateful. outstanding business leaders are here as well. of course, we have wonderful students here. [applause] those of you have a seat, feel free to take a seat. i do not mind. . love you back [applause] last week, i had the honor of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. [applause] and during my inaugural address, i talked about how making progress on the finding challenges of our time does not require us to settle every debate or ignore every different we may have, but it does require us to find common ground and move forward in common purpose. it requires us to act. i know that some issues will be harder to lift than others. some debates will be more conte
nevada and is a gun owner, obviously it's hard for him but he's not up for re-election for four years and that if he runs again. there are many democrats up in 2014 from pro gun states who will be really vulnerable voting on something an assault weapons ban. i think what -- sort of a back door escape for the senate will be to put this pressure on the floor that would allow for an assault weapons ban but leave it open to amendment, in other words, it could be weakened easily by other amendments on the floor. it will kind of give cover to democrats who will be vulnerable from this, but the ultimate result will be, i think, just universal background checks. that's the maximum you're going to see here just for political reasons. and i think that even if the future, it's going to be hard, even if the congress is democratic on both sides because democrats are vulnerable on this issue as well as republicans. >> our power panel, thanks for being patient where me. i appreciate it. i appreciate your time. of course, we are following this breaking news elsewhere today coming out of massachusetts
with ak-47s on the streets of oakland because they can come in from nevada and by mail. so we really have to have a national law that requires at least id checks and criminal background checks. >> and now in oakland, the mayor has been lobbying for the hiring of the former la and new york police chief. and that has provoked protest at public meetings. more on hiring that police consultant and state of public safety. the councilman joining us live. thank you for being here. >> and also the chairman of the public safety committee. that puts you at ground zero. last week, a vote on the contract and it was a rather entering move. a split council after a five- hour meeting with the number of protesters, voted the contract out, but left his name off it. why? >> well, that's a good question. i think as leaders, we have to stop being swayed or moved by the political at-hand at the moment. and i think that was an indication of that. for me, the chief, as an experienced chief, police officer, no nonsense guy, gets to the point. and we got to let him develop
. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of nevada seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received six votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received six votes for vice-president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of new hampshire seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received four votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received four votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of new jersey seems to be regular in farm and authentic, and it appears there from the barack obama of illinois received 14 votes for president and joseph biden received 14 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, the certificate of the electoral vote of the state of new mexico seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received five votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received five votes for vice president. >> mr. pres
and how really the rush for this seems to be growing in popularity, matt. alaska, florida, nevada, south dakota, texas, washington, wyoming on the map there. what is your sense about how regular tax paying americans get better control of their own finances and pushing the state house on the state level or governors to act more like the 7 or 8 states we just showed on the screen there? >> a trend that we talked about this last week, bill it will continue for a lot of more states will be joining this. the taxpayers say to themselves listen cut the income tax and let me deal with my own money and deal with it that way and then at the same time, bill, the states are then forced to stop the spending because obviously you bring in a little bit less money initially but then also kicks up the economy because more corporations want to come to your state. you hire more people and spend more money. a snowball effect that helps everybody. you will see people that live in states with high income taxes either move out of the states or push the legislation to pass. >> kansas, north carolina. >> louisia
about the job ahead. it had been a 12-hour trip from reno, nevada, to stand in the january cold. matt irwin and john were glad they did it. any particular part of the speech stick out for you? >> i think kind of just his message of inclusiveness. i think it was just fantastic. >> i would agree. not excluding anybody based on, you know, race, orientation. all the above i would say. it was great to be a part of actually history. not just watching it on tv. but being there in person. a lot stronger emotions behind it, i guess >> suarez: even though it's a lot easier and you could have had a nice, warm drink and you wouldn't have had to travel 12 hours, just standing on the mall with all these people, that made it... made the experience for you? >> definitely. you can't compare it to sitting at home on the couch. i mean, you might be more comfortable but at the same time you're not there to experience it. it's all about the experience >> suarez: getting a huge crowd here is only half the job. minutes after the president and vice president left the west front of the capitol, half a million
senate majority leader harry reid during an interview with me in his home state of nevada in october 2010. this has to change, there should not be a 60-vote threshold in the senate. and then this was the headline tads in the "washington post." harry reid -- "i'm not personally at this stage ready to get rid of the 60-vote threshold." yeah. also this. >> if there were ever a time when tom udall and jeff merkley were prophetic, it's tonight. these two young fine senators said it was time we change the rules in the senate and we didn't. they were right. the rest of us were wrong. or most of us anyway. what a shame. >> that was harry reid on the senate floor in may saying progressive senators tom you'd jaul and jeff merkley who were working to reform the filibuster they were right, he should have listened to their call to reform the senate rules, they wright and he was wrong not to listen to them. they were right and this was today. "progressive senators working dramatically to alter senate rules were defeated thursday when senate majority leader harry reid and his counterpart republican lead
. because miguel marquez is there. he is at the biggest gun range in nevada. huge, miguel, huge announcement today from the president. what reaction are you getting from gun advocates there? >> reporter: it is a huge gun range, a huge reaction here across nevada. there is the giant shot show happening in the state as well. so the state is packed with everybody in the trade right now, everybody focused on what the president is saying. i'm joined by mike heck, the general manager here at the range 702. you heard what the president said today. and your reaction is what? >> well, first, i found it a bit vague. waiting for what the 23 executive orders actually say. much of it, you could argue, is common sense. who would be against background checks? that's stuff we already do. really won't change business in that aspect for us. the assault weapons, high capacity magazines, we have to see what it says in black and white. >> reporter: and see where it goes legislatively. that has to be done by legislation. in the retail end, in the immediate future, you probably won't see a big change. i want to wa
the imintegration issue ta may have been their undoing. voters from nevada to florida told cnn suggests like self-deportation by mitt romney hurt the republicans' chances at the white house. >> there are a lot of the latinos that want obama to win so that they won't be deported back to their country. >> they couldn't get elected this year, couldn't get elected today but we are going to have a conversation about this. if we don't do better with hispanics we are going to be out of the white house forever. >> forever is a long time. and if republicans expect to rally for the presidency in 2016, reyes says the magic number is 35. >> the magic number that any candidate needs in order to win the president i is 35% of latino voters because these days, the fact is, owing to demographics, the road to the white house goes through latino neighborhoods. this also has to do with the fact that they tend to be in many of the most important swing states like nevada, colorado, florida. so any candidate or party who hopes to compete and be relevant nationally must at least meet that threshold number. >> in 2012, g
to places like montana, nevada, north dakota, south dakota, alaska, you know, the eastern parts of washington and places where we didn't know that democrats were really strong. and one of the things i i learned and was, i was able to do as an asian-american was to find that we had pockets of asian-americans all through this country. and because of that, because of the -- you allowed me to do this that we were able to on op -- on top of all that bring into the fold asian-american democrats who in 1966 participated at 32%. and under obama all time that we worked together, obama had asian-american population at over 73% voting democratic. prison -- [applause] the dnc was a great part of that, and you allow me to be here and put my face on this podium and share in this opportunity in this country to tell our diaspora that we, too, are part of this process. being able to work with somebody like keith and the great leadership of belle. she has talkin' the committee to places that -- she has taken the committee to places that we've never been before. [applause] so all these nine years
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